- The Washington Times - Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Luxy Dating, a website that touts itself as a “millionaire matchmaker,” has come up with a “Trump romance” novel that it says it will release at the beginning of March, according to a company press release.

Written by employees of the site, the 45-page “Trump’s House of Pleasure,” is touted by Luxy as “a 35-page romance novella that takes readers into the world of extreme wealth, unbridled power and secret pleasures.”

The book is available for pre-order on March 1, said the Valentine’s Day news release.

According to its website, Luxy “works just like Tinder” to help you “connect with millionaires nearby.”

One needs not be a millionaire to join, but whether it’s furnishing your 1040 or showing yourself a 10, you’ll have to produce the right figure(s).



“You can join Luxy if you earn more than $200k or if you are voted in by other members based on attractiveness,” according to the company website which asks prospective members to submit “a clear picture of your tax return from the last financial year in order to document your financial status.”

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